What’s in this week’s Sheffield Telegraph

Footpath laying on Blackamoor: Nabil Abbas clearing birch saplings
Footpath laying on Blackamoor: Nabil Abbas clearing birch saplings
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Take a look at what’s inside this week’s edition of the Sheffield Telegraph, out Thursday, December 3.

- Health chiefs reveal details of their £3.7 million plan to fend off a winter crisis in Sheffield’s hospitals

- Feature writer David Bocking finds out about ‘slab helicoptering season’ on Blacka Moor, where paths are being laid

- An update on progress with Sheffield’s Ikea store

- A look at preparations for the annual carol concerts in Peak Cavern, Castleton, which are expected to attract thousands over three weekends

- Food writer Ellen Beardmore dines out at the Four Corners Cafe - which offers global flavours without the need to travel further than Abbeydale Road

- In arts, there are previews of the Lyceum Christmas panto, Showboat at the Crucible and Status Quo at Sheffield Arena

- In sport, Alan Biggs writes about the ‘necessary evil’ of agents’ fees in football, Danny Hall ranks boxer Tyson Fury among the roll-call of sport’s ‘chequered champions’, plus there’s the latest from hockey, rugby, tennis and more

- A comprehensive business round-up - and a special supplement ahead of the Sheffield Business Awards

- The essential Sheffield Property Guide

- Reams of events listings

- The Telegraph’s Motors section

All for a cover price of just £1.20.